The Green Man is located in the village of Long Itchington which lies on the banks of the river Itchen (from which it takes its name) and the Grand Union Canal, which flows between London and Birmingham.
This beautiful village houses ancient buildings including a Tudor-timbered house which once saw Queen Elizabeth 1 stay there back in the 1570s. Long Itchington is just a short 15-minute drive from Leamington.
The Green Man nestles in the middle of the old village and has a large car-park. We have a large outdoor seating area to the front and a beer garden with outdoor bar to the rear.
Our camping field to the rear of the pub overlooks ideal countryside and in the summer is a mecca for those wishing to soak up the summer sun, close to the banks of the river Itchen. Visitors enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and basic camping (we currently don't have shower facilities but campers are welcome to use the pub's WC).
The field is also used for private parties, weddings and festivals from spring through to autumn.
Visit our Grade II listed pub
Character abounds in the Green Man, from the set-back frontage where drinkers can sit and watch the world go by, through to open fires for those cold winter’s nights where customers can snuggle up under low beams supping a pint.
Whether you're drinking inside the Grade II listed pub or al fresco at one of the many outdoor tables, you'll be sure to receive a very warm welcome!